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Open since May of 1998, Chick-fil-A of Greer has seen plenty of success under the direction of Owner Operator Bill Tyler. The restaurant was the first free-standing Chick-fil-A in the Upstate and has since become a family staple for many in the area.
Denise Norman is living her dream.
“I’ve always loved to cook,” she said. “And people have always asked me to cook for them.”
Twenty years ago, she began to pursue her passion, opening a cafe in her hometown in Louisiana.
With roots now firmly planted in Greer, Eggs Up Grill is offering its family-friendly service to more and more local patrons.
“This is our second full year in Greer and we’ve seen a lot of growth,” said Owner Joseph Pellegrino. “We’re looking to grow even more going into 2019.
When The Vape Station opened its doors at The Depot in downtown Greer last month, a dream was realized for its owner, Katie Inscho.
A new spa is now open at the Riverside Crossing Shopping Center.
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa, celebrated its grand opening at 755 Hammett Bridge Road, Suite 120 in Greer on Monday.
After 25 years of working construction jobs in Massachusetts, Steve Nici knew it was something different.
That’s when he decided to bring his northern seafood recipe down south.
Greer-based CBL State Savings Bank will open a loan office in Landrum on Oct. 1, according to President and CEO Jennifer T. Jones.
The Greer area saw plenty of changes in the business community in 2017. Longtime fixtures such as Greer BBQ closed up shop, but new boutiques and small businesses continued to pop up along the way. Here are a few highlights from the year that was.
Casey Group Real Estate cut the ribbon on a new Greer location last week.
The business, which is located at 550 Memorial Drive Ext, celebrated the occasion with the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce, receiving its first official dollar of profit.